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Adbi, A and Chatterjee, C (2017) Analysing the Lazy Mother Argument Inspired by the Maggi Controversy. Economic and Political Weekly, 52 (28).

Au, K and Craig, J B and Ramachandran, K (2011) Family enterprise in the Asia Pacific: Exploring transgenerational entrepreneurship in family firms. Edward Elgar Publishing Ltd..

Au, K and Craig, J B and Ramachandran, K (2011) Introduction. Edward Elgar Publishing Ltd., pp. 1-20.

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Bang, N P and Kavil, R and Vishwanathan, A (2019) Evidence on Family Firm Performance and Relevance of Context in an Emerging Economy. Academy of Management Proceedings, 2019 (1). p. 18089.

Bang, N P and Ray, S and Ramachandran, K (2018) Family Businesses: The Emerging Landscape 1990 - 2015. Working Paper. Indian School of Business.

Bhalla, A and Lampel, J and Ramachandran, K (2012) Guarding the Family Jewels: An Inter-Institutional Perspective of Venture Creation in Family Firms. Academy of Management Proceedings, 2012 (1). p. 17329.

Bhatnagar, N and Ramachandran, K and Ray, S (2018) The role of familial socio-political forces on new venture creation in family business. Cross Cultural & Strategic Management.

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Chakrabarti, A B and Mondal, A (2017) Effect of Business Group Affiliation on Firm Internationalization: The Case of India Under Reforms. Journal of East-West Business, 23 (1). pp. 41-70.

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Kavil, R and Bhatnagar, N Professionalization of Family Business: Managing Process and Governance Challenges. Working Paper. SSRN. (Unpublished)

Kavil, R and Bhatnagar, N and Ray, S (2017) Preparing the Ground for Next Generation Leadership. Academy of Management Proceedings, 2017 (1). p. 15367.

Kavil, R and Lampel, J and Bhalla, A (2011) The Family Firm as an Inter - Institutional System: New Venture Creation in Indian Family Firms. Working Paper. SSRN. (Unpublished)

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Lampel, J and Bhalla, A and Ramachandran, K (2017) Family values and inter-institutional governance of strategic decision making in Indian family firms. Asia Pacific Journal of Management. pp. 1-30.

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Mehra, A and Ramachandran, K and Chanda, S S and Bhadra, S (2016) Does Family Involvement Matter for Internationalization of Firms? An Investigation of Indian EMNCs. Academy of Management Proceedings, 2016 (1). p. 16906.

Mondal, A and Kavil, R and Gadepalli, S D V (2017) How Managerial Discretion Influences Internationalization of Indian Family Managed Firms. Academy of Management Proceedings, 2017 (1). p. 16555.

Mondal, A and Ray, S and Kavil, R (2018) Multinationalization of Family Firms from India: The Role of Socioemotional Wealth. Academy of Management Proceedings, 2018 (1). p. 16026.

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Ramachandran, K (2015) The 10 Commandments for Family Business. SAGE Publications Pvt. Ltd. ISBN 9789351501381

Ramachandran, K (2011) Family enterprise in the Asia Pacific: Exploring transgenerational entrepreneurship in family firms. Edward Elgar Pub. ISBN 9781848447929

Ramachandran, K (2011) GMR group: A case of serial entrepreneurship. Edward Elgar Pub, pp. 164-181. ISBN 9781848447929

Ramachandran, K (2016) Institution Building. In: RD, OD and Institution Building: Essays in the Memory of Udai Pareek. SAGE.

Ramachandran, K (2008) Wealth Effects of Family Succession: A Case of Indian Family Business Groups. In: First Asian Invitational Conference on Family Business, 1 February 2008, ISB. (Unpublished)

Ramachandran, K (2011) The shakti group: Keeping the entrepreneurial spirit alive in the second generation. Edward Elgar Pub, pp. 182-189. ISBN 9781848447929

Ramachandran, K (2011) The shakti group: Keeping the entrepreneurial spirit alive in the second generation. In: UNSPECIFIED Edward Elgar Publishing Ltd., pp. 182-189.

Ramachandran, K and Bang, N P (2017) The Unfinished Agenda: Dr. Reddy's Laboratories Ltd. [Teaching Resource]

Ramachandran, K and Bang, N P and Chittoor, R and Vishwanathan, A Women on Boards in Family Firms. Working Paper. Indian School of Business.

Ramachandran, K and Bang, N P and Vishwanathan, A and Ray, S Family Businesses: Promoters’ Skin in the Game 2001-2017. Working Paper. Indian School of Business.

Ramachandran, K and Bhalla, A and Lampel, J (2017) Inter-Institutional Venture Governance in Indian Family Firms. In: British Academy of Management. (Unpublished)

Ramachandran, K and Bhatnagar, N (2018) Aurobindo Pharma: Gearing Up for the Future. [Teaching Resource]

Ramachandran, K and Bhatnagar, N (2012) Challenges Faced by Family Businesses in India. Working Paper. Indian School of Business.

Ramachandran, K and Bhatnagar, N (2015) Challenges of Collective Leadership. In: Developing Next Generation Leaders for Transgenerational Entrepreneurial Family Enterprises. Elgar Online, pp. 76-96. ISBN 9781784717872

Ramachandran, K and Bhatnagar, N Decoding Family Togetherness : How Familial Bonds Shape the Family Business. Working Paper. Indian School of Business.

Ramachandran, K and Bhatnagar, N (2014) Do Family Business Leaders Really Cooperate with Non-Family Executives - Process Challenges of Professionalization. Working Paper. Indian School of Business.

Ramachandran, K and Bhatnagar, N Emami’s Mission to the Next Orbit. [Teaching Resource]

Ramachandran, K and Bhatnagar, N (2015) Familial Socio‐Political Influences on New Venture Creation in Family Business. Working Paper. Indian School of Business.

Ramachandran, K and Bhatnagar, N (2015) ‘Family Togetherness’ in Governance and Family Business Sustainability. Working Paper. Indian School of Business.

Ramachandran, K and Bhatnagar, N (2017) Perfecting the Mould: How Indian Family Firms are Developing their Next Generation Leaders. In: European Academy of Management Conference. (Unpublished)

Ramachandran, K and Bhatnagar, N (2014) Professionalization Efforts at Aurobindo Pharma. In: Global STEP Booklet, Volume II; Sustaining Entrepreneurial Family Businesses: Developing the Core, Expanding the Boundaries.

Ramachandran, K and Bhatnagar, N (2018) Ready, Steady, Go!’: Influence of Family Politics on New Venture Creation in Family Business. In: European Academy of Management Conference.

Ramachandran, K and Bhatnagar, N Strategic Agility and Familiness: Family Firms’ Rudders to Navigate the VUCA World. Working Paper. Indian School of Business.

Ramachandran, K and Bhatnagar, N (2014) Togetherness in Indian Family Businesses. Working Paper. Indian School of Business.

Ramachandran, K and Bhatnagar, N and Bhalla, A (2012) New Venture Creation in Indian Family Firms: Dynamics of Family Versus Non-Family Champions. Working Paper. Indian School of Business. (Unpublished)

Ramachandran, K and Bhatnagar, N and Ray, S Building Next Generation Leadership: A Strategic Framework for Family Firms. Working Paper. Indian School of Business.

Ramachandran, K and Bhatnagar, N and Ray, S (2018) The Role of Familial Socio-Political Forces on New Venture Creation in Family Business. Working Paper. Cross Cultural and Strategic Management Journal.

Ramachandran, K and Chakrabarti, A and Ray, S (2016) Spatial strategy of family firms in domestic acquisition based growth. Working Paper. SSRN.

Ramachandran, K and Joshi, S and Bhatnagar, N (2016) Emerging paradigms of corporate governance and managerial professionalization in family firms. In: Handbook of Contemporary Research on Emerging Markets. Edward Elgar Publishing, pp. 251-268. ISBN 9781782546368

Ramachandran, K and Lampel, J and Bhalla, A (2010) Building Corporate Venture Engine in Indian Family Firms. In: Strategic Management Society Conference. (Unpublished)

Ramachandran, K and Marisetty, V B (2009) Governance Challenges for Family Controlled Firms while Globalising. Indian Journal of Industrial Relations, 45 (1). pp. 54-61.

Ramachandran, K and Mathew, A (2011) Professionalisation of family business: A conceptual framework. In: Family Business Symposium Australia. (Unpublished)

Ramachandran, K and Mondal, A and Ray, S (2016) Do Family Ownership and Management Matter for Internationalization of Firms? Evidences from India. Working Paper. Indian School of Business.

Ramachandran, K and Ray, S and Chakrabarti, A (2016) Effect of Business Group Heterogeneity on New Venture Creation: Evidence from India. Working Paper. Indian School of Business.

Ramachandran, K and Ray, S and Chakrabarti, A (2016) Impact of Distance on Acquisitions by Family Firms: Evidence from India. Working Paper. Indian School of Business.

Ramachandran, K and Ray, S and Chakrabarti, A (2016) The Influence of Family Business Group on New Venture Creation: Evidence from India. Discussion Paper. Indian School of Business.

Ramachandran, K and Ray, S and Chakrabarti, A (2016) Inter-Organizational Power within Family Business Group: Impact on New Venture Creation. Working Paper. Indian School of Business.

Ramachandran, K and Ray, S and Chakrabarti, A (2016) Merger & Acquisition by Family Firms: The Effect of Distance. Working Paper. Indian School of Business.

Ramachandran, K and Roy, S and Bhalla, A and Chittoor, R (2011) Family Business Groups and Corporate Entrepreneurship: Evidence from Indian Firms. In: Academy of Management Annual Conference. (Unpublished)

Ramachandran, K and Roy, S and Mondal, A (2015) International Trajectories of Family Owned Multinationals: The Study of Indian Family Businesses. In: Global Strategy Journal Workshop. (Unpublished)

Ravi, S (2015) Farmer Suicide Contagion in India. UNSPECIFIED. Brookings Institution India Center.

Ray, S and Mondal, A and Ramachandran, K (2018) How does family involvement affect a firm's internationalization? An investigation of Indian family firms. Global Strategy Journal.

Ray, S and Mondal, A and Ramachandran, K (2017) How does family involvement affect a firm's internationalization? An investigation of Indian family firms. Global Strategy Journal, 8 (1). pp. 73-105.

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Welter, F and Ramachandran, K and Discua Cruz, V and Fang, H and Basco, R (2016) Family Business in Emerging, Developing, and Transitional Economies:The relevance of context. In: EURAM 2016, June 1-4, 2016, Paris.

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